Free global IT research tools available to all Michigan Medicine faculty and staff

May 15, 2018  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

Looking for a good professional development opportunity? Need benchmarking data for an IT project?

Comprehensive IT expertise, research and analysis tools are available at no cost to the entire Michigan Medicine community. Memberships include Gartner, Advisory Board Company, Scottsdale Institute, KLAS and EDUCAUSE.

“Every month, these companies offer new webinars that faculty, staff and students can attend for free as part of U-M’s subscription. Topics include everything from applications, security, internet, artificial intelligence, infrastructure, cloud and much more,” said Dave Roberts, director of IT strategic planning at Health Information Technology & Services. “These can also be great resources for HITS employees when it comes to RFP development, IT benchmarking, tracking trends, developing IT service strategies and technology planning.”

More details on accessing these materials can be found by clicking here.